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Mr. Chan Wai-Leung Stephen, Chief IT Coordinator, ICT Committee Panel Head, ICT Subject Panel, Jockey Club Ti-I College
Mr. Lie Chi Wai Kevin, Learning Hub Coordinator, Jockey Club Ti-I College

Mr. Chan Wai-Leung Stephen, Chief IT Coordinator, ICT Committee Panel Head, ICT Subject Panel, Jockey Club Ti-I College
Mr. Lie Chi Wai Kevin, Learning Hub Coordinator, Jockey Club Ti-I College

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Wi-Fi 900, BYOD and the development of a Digital Learning Hub with Google Apps – A local experience

  1. 1. Learn.Plus Presentation Jockey Club Ti-I College 17 Oct 2015 City University of Hong Kong 1
  2. 2. Content: 1. WIFI 900 Experience 2. The development of A school-based Digital Learning Hub with Google Apps 3. BYOD - A Cross-platform Approach 2
  3. 3. About Us: Name: Mr. CHAN Wai-leung, Stephen Title: Chief IT Coordinator, ICT Committee Panel Head, ICT Subject Panel Contact: tic-cwl@tic.edu.hk Mobile: 9370-4365 Office: 2691-7150 Ext: 8080 Name: Mr. LIE Chi-wai, Kevin Title: Learning Hub Coordinator Contact: tic-lie@tic.edu.hk Mobile: 6468-5821 Office: 2691-7150 Ext: 8097 3
  4. 4. Jockey Club Ti-I College (http://www.tic.edu.hk) 4
  5. 5. About Us: ❖ 26-year subsidized EMI school with specific school missions (Sports and Arts) ❖ 100% discretion, Territory-wide student intake ❖ Mostly Band 1 students ❖ „Spacious non-standard school campus ❖ „66 teachers (average age around 40) ❖ „Harmonious staff culture and low turn-over rate 5
  6. 6. About Us: ❖ Principal - Dr. QUONG (principal@tic.edu.hk) An Australian, with passion & belief in ICT ❖ Sch. Admin. / Evidence-based L&T supported with self-developed IT Systems ❖No concrete E-Learning policy until 13-14 ❖A relatively young subsidized school  lacks strong financial support from IMC or Alumni 6
  7. 7. 1. WIFI 900 Experience Sharing 7
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  9. 9. JCTIC Wi-Fi System 9 Hardware • 100 Access Points • 7 new Optical Fibres • 7 Floor Level Switches • 1 Layer 3 Core Switch • 2 Controllers Technologies • up to AC mode • 2.4 Ghz & 5 Ghz • MAC Add. Filtering + Dynamic Pre-Shared Key • Windows AD Authentication
  10. 10. Full of Surprises 10
  11. 11. Typical School Summer Work 11 Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay Delay
  12. 12. Design & Build is a myth 12 you DESIGN they BUILD
  13. 13. Project Management - Single Point of Contact? 13 ● Broadband Sales Manager ● Managers of Broadband Sales Manager ● System Integrator (SI) Sales Manager ● AP Vendor’s Engineers ● Wiring Contractor ● Sub-contractor of wiring Contractor ● Fibre-Optics Contractor ● ……. Hurray: Lots of new “friends”!
  14. 14. It’s YOUwho care about your school. The vendors care about your …. 14
  15. 15. Experiences carry over from Wi-Fi 100 15 ❖ 1 AP per Room ❖ Subscription mode over Purchase mode ❖ Individual SSID for each Room ❖ Independent Wired and Wireless Network with Separate Broadband Subscriptions ❖ New devices & Wi-Fi Chipsets keep popping out  Pick a WIRELESS brand with frequent AP “firmware upgrade”
  16. 16. Budgeting - Planning Income: EDB Funding: HK$84,940 per annum Expenditure: Wi-Fi 100: ~HK$400 per month per AP (3-yr mode) 16
  17. 17. it translates to ~ 18Access Points 17 But we need 100 APs
  18. 18. Wi-Fi 900 Tender (JCTIC Specific Terms) 18 ❖ 5-year subscription model  reduce monthly cost ❖Asked for Shared Coverage & Full Coverage ❖1 single FIREWALL for the two networks  Flexible bandwidth management & reduce cost ❖w/ Broadband & w/o Broadband options ❖Mandatory Broadband Only option
  19. 19. Wi-Fi 900 Tender (JCTIC Specific Terms) 19 ❖SSIDs setup & config: TWICE a year included ❖Rent to Own at the end of the subscription, incl. CABLES ❖UAT: 2 Mbps per device instead EDB’s 1 Mbps ❖2 hot-spare APs ❖Redundant Controllers
  20. 20. Pre-Tender Site Test 20
  21. 21. 2. The development of A school-based Digital Learning Hub with Google Apps 21 http://www.tic.edu.hk
  22. 22. Many LMS are free. Why build sth. on your own? 22
  23. 23. User Management(SSO: Google Apps for Education, Windows AD, HKEdCity, …...) Learning Curve (teachers, not students) Accessibility Sharing among Teachers Social elements School hosted vs Cloud Storage Limit Cost 23
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  30. 30. 30 Common GDrive Folder for all classes of the same subject in the same form Resources page in the Hubs:
  31. 31. 31 Individual GDrive Folder for a particular class / groups of students Resources page in the Hubs:
  32. 32. Access Codes / Instructions to pre-set Google Classrooms posted in the Hubs 32
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  35. 35. 3.BYOD - A Cross-platform Approach 35
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  37. 37. 37 Definition of Devices Wi-Fi capable tablets iPads e-Readers Chromebooks :) MacBooks PC laptops or any similar products
  38. 38. Cross-platform ? Mac vs Windows, iOS vs Android JCTIC E-Learning: Digital Learning Hub Google Classroom Google Drive Google Docs Office365….. 38 Most are Web Services in JCTIC running on a Web Browser. e.g. GOOGLE CHROME
  39. 39. School Policy - BYOD Students are NOT compulsorily required to bring a computer/tablet to school at all times. The Wi-Fi 900 is a way to enable students to access the Digital Learning Hub so that they can download the work provided by teachers and engage in Self-Directed Learning. It is about providing for students the opportunity to become more active and engaged learners. 39
  40. 40. BYOD Framework 40
  41. 41. BYOD Framework 41 1. JCTIC IT AUP, Privacy Statement and Copyright Statement 2. Coverage and Design 3. Device Registration, User Access Rights and Authentication 4. Central Monitoring System and Users’ Conduct 5. Use of Own Devices 6. School Mobile Learning Devices 7. Web Content Filtering on JCTIC Networks 8. Insurance, liability & Security of Devices 9. Disciplinary Measures related to the Misuse / Abuse of JCTIC Wi-Fi System
  42. 42. Before the BYOD Launch Day, we have... • eLearning related School Policies • BYOD Framework • Workshops for students • Parents Talk • Staff Development Day • ICT Support Hub ....... 42
  43. 43. Thank you. info@tic.edu.hk tic-cwl@tic.edu.hk tic-lie@tic.edu.hk 43

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